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Blower motor doesn't work. - 1995 Pontiac Bonneville

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    blower motor for heater and a/c does not work

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I have a 1995 SSEi that had the same problem about a year ago. Turned out to be the blower control module, located under the hood at the center of the firewall beside the fuse/breaker box (on my car). About $270.00 to have replaced. Part was $130.00 jobber price. Good luck.

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